Aunt Molly's Husk tomato (aka Ground Cherry)
This heirloom is not actually a cherry, but rather a small ground tomato. The fruits were recorded in horticultural literature as early as 1837 in Pennsylvania and are still common today at roadside stands in late summer. This outstanding Polish variety is prized for its clean flavor, with hints of vanilla and pineapple. Because of their high pectin count, the Ground Cherries can be used for preserves, pies, over ice cream or in fresh fruit salads.
In 1960, Don and Genora Dennison, with their children, Wayve (that's me) and Frank, moved from the family farm in Ohio to "The Switch", as it was locally known, in Elora, TN, just 30 miles north of Huntsville, Al. This is a historic farm that even has its own ghost story. Our family has spent the last half century as stewards of the soil (more...)
A major objective of Delectation of Tomatoes, etc. is to enhance physical health, contribute to the enjoyment of food, and encourage ecologically responsible and sustainable gardening practices by providing a wide variety of the healthiest, best tasting, and locally grown produce available. (more...)
68 acres of organically certified vegetables, fruits, herbs and heriloom seeds, located within minutes of downtown Sacramento, Davis, and Woodland CA. (more...)
Darling Hill Community Farm is a small diversified vegetable farm in Southern New Hampshire. The farm is viewed as a living organism and this leads to a consideration of inputs and outputs, building fertility through organic, ecological and sustainable practices. Our Mission (more...)
The Dansville Farmers Market will be open every Thursday from 4:00-7:00 PM beginning June 19 through Sept. 25, 2014. Vendor space still available! Conveniently located in front Dansville Schools across from the water tower at 1050 Dakin St. (more...)
We are open for new members for the 2014 season - Join today! THANK YOU to all the households who enjoyed our produce last year, picked wild blackberries, tried our recipes and nourished us with feedback and support. Eat Local!(more...)